Kids In Danger, along with other consumer groups, manufacturers, state officials and others, just completed two days of workshops at CPSC aimed at developing the public consumer incident database required by CPSIA.
The event was held in a roundtable format that allowed all parties to interact and answer questions the CPSC staffed poised as well as get additional information from CPSC on the progress they have made to date.
I believe everyone found it a productive two days and very helpful in developing this vital safety tool.
CPSC has posted the video from the workshops. Comments on the questions raised at the workshop or other database issues will be accepted by CPSC through January 29, 2010. The database is scheduled to be live in March 2011.